Description : A blending of scholarly research and interviews with many of the figures who launched the civil rights movement in the 1960s and 1970s records the events of the movement's tumultuous first decade
Description : A one-stop guide for students providing narrative description, in-depth analysis, biographies, and key primary documents on the Civil Rights movement.
Description : Profiles the fearless, resourceful female leaders of the civil rights movement, including Ida Wells, who led the protest against lynching, and Jo Ann Robinson, who helped launch the Montgomery bus boycott.
Description : This title will inform readers about nonviolent resistance during the civil rights movement. The title will discuss Martin Luther King Jr., who helped organize nonviolent protests, as well as others involved, and the types of nonviolent protests--like sit-ins. Vivid details, well-chosen photographs, and primary sources bring this story and this case to life. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. Core Library is an imprint of Abdo Publishing, a division of ABDO.
Description : This book explores collective learning in the Gandhian repertoire's transnational diffusion from the Indian independence movement to the American civil rights movement. Instead of focusing primarily on interpersonal linkages or causal mechanisms, it highlights how decades of translation and experimentation by various actors enabled full implementation. It also shows that transnational diffusion was not a linear and predictable process, but underwent numerous twists and turns. It is relevant for contemporary scholars as well as activists.
Description : The civil rights movement in the state of Tennessee is examined in this history that proposes that African Americans have always had a civil rights movement in Tennessee, even during slavery.
Description : The most comprehensive account of the arduous struggle by Mexican Americans to secure and protect their civil rights.
Description : "Describes the people and events of the U.S civil rights movement. The reader's choices reveal the historical details from the perspectives of a Little Rock resident, a Freedom Rider, and a Birmingham protester"--Provided by publisher.